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Report - Abandoned nightclub "Heaven disco" - Ölüdeniz, Turkey - May09

Discussion in 'European and International Sites' started by The Wombat, Nov 5, 2012.

  1. The Wombat

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    Ölüdeniz is a resort in Turkey, where a few years back I discovered the derelict open air nightclub “Heaven Discoâ€￾. Situated on the hillside overlooking the beach, it was built on 3 levels, with a twin Funicular from the road to the top level. The giant flag & large letters displaying the club’s name which were visible from the beach are gone. It was known to have noisy outside parties, probably why it is now closed.

    I can’t find out exactly when it closed, but it was still operating in 2005, but looking pretty trashed by 2009.
    I had to share this with the community, as it is such an unusual site. Wish I'd got more photos.


    Main floor
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    Steps between floors
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    Toilet block
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    View from the top
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    Thanks for looking:)
     
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